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Chicago

Chicago

  

by Carl Sandburg

Chicago: Intermediate "Chicago" Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Chicago? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Which one of the following titles does Sandburg give to Chicago?


Cow-milker
Firefly-catcher
Fisherman
Hog Butcher
Q. What type of athlete does the speaker compare Chicago to?


Cricket player
Baseball player
Football player
Synchronized swimmer
Q. What ISN'T Chicago compared to in the poem?


A dog
A slugger
A gym teacher
A savage
Q. Which poetic device does the poem employ?


Iambic Pentameter
Heroic Couplets
Personification
Rhyme
Q. What is a "painted woman"?


A clown
An Avon lady
A female member of Blue Man Group
A prostitute
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